JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

Quarterly journal of the Institute, highlights various development issues and current thinking and research. It provides a platform for dissemination of thinking and ideas with Institutions, policy makers, academicians, researchers and practitioners

MAIN THEMES

The Journal of Development Management focuses on current thinking in locally-responsive innovative approaches to solving urban development issues. It brings together research in the fields of social-sciences, technology and science and management. It has showcased critical thinking on water, urban infrastructure, government policy, smart cities, waste management, green energy, health and education in its earlier issues.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The forthcoming issue of the Journal is dedicated to aspects of urban rejuvenation. Detailed call for Abstracts can be downloaded from here

GUIDELINES TO AUTHORS

The Journal follows normal format for scientific research writing. Contributing authors are requested to send their original unpublished work. All submitted abstracts and papers are blind-peer reviewed before publication.

PAST ISSUES

As part of our commitment to open-access of knowledge, all past issues are available as full-text, downloadable as PDF files. The publications are arranged chronologically. Readers are urged to given due credit to the respective authors when citing their work. To access downloadable files, click here

REPORTS

ANNAKSHETRA FOUNDATION
Say No to Food Waste

Food waste is not only an economic loss but also has social and cultural dimensions. This publication documents the contribution of Annakshetra Foundation in reducing and effective utilization of food waste in Jaipur city

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INTEGRATED MODEL OF MSWM THROUGH CHANNEL INTEGRATION
Enabling through stakeholders

Project study conducted with SP Jain Institute of Management, regarding issues, current approaches and systems approach to managing solid waste in cities.

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CARBON FOOTPRINT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
Presentation

The presentation presents data and highlights the carbon impact of city-wide waste management projects under Swacch-bharat Mission. It shows the economic, social, environmental and sustainability benefits of decentralized waste management models.

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